Burial of the WWII found in Kyiv region
Ukrainians unearthed the bones of about 10 people, 11 badges and a helmet
In the forest of Kyiv region citizens found the burial of the WWII times, - reported the press service of the National Police.
The residents of the nearest village Andriivka informed police on the finding. According to locals, they found this burial about two weeks ago during a search of scrap metal. They have unearthed the bones of about 10 people, found 11 badges and a helmet, which according to the inscription, probably belonged to the German soldiers. Residents took only the badges and the rest they have buried back in the ground.
Ukrainian authorities informed the Embassy of the Republic of Germany in Ukraine on detection of burial.
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